Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site

Interesting
Franklin Roosevelt had a small stone cottage built on the Springwood estate as a second home for his wife. Following her husband's death, Eleanor spent the last years of her life here until she passed away in 1962. The comfortable stone lodge was called Val-Kill for a nearby river.

Useful information

Address:

Route 9, 12538 Hyde Park

Phone:

+1 845-229-9422

Price:

10 $

Opening hours

May-Oct 9am-5pm (reduced opening hours rest of year, see Website) - guided tours only, times vary throughout the year

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